Municipal Court

The City of Wolfforth Municipal Court handles Class C misdemeanors, traffic violations committed inside the City limits with citations issued by the Wolfforth Police Department, and violations of City Ordinances.

Payment options: Cash, Check, Money Order, or Credit/Debit Cards. Credit/Debit card payments may be made in person at Wolfforth City Hall, or online. All transaction and processing fees charged by the credit/debit card companies are passed on to the card user. The additional charge is approximately 3% of your payment amount, and you will have the opportunity to know the total, and to accept or decline the charges, before the transaction is completed.

Online Payments

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Court Officials

Municipal Judge:
judge@wolfforthtx.us

Municipal Court Clerk:
court@wolfforthtx.us

Municipal Court Contact

Traffic citations allow 12 business days to contact the Municipal Court. You must telephone or appear personally to the Court to resolve your citation.

The Municipal Court Judge hears cases and takes appointments on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The Court Clerk is available Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Contact the Municipal Court Clerk to obtain further information regarding your citation, or to make an appointment to see the Judge.

Phone: 806-855-4120

Fax: 806-855-4121

Mail:
P.O. Box 36,
Wolfforth, TX 79382

Address:
City of Wolfforth Municipal Building,
302 Main Street
Wolfforth, TX 79382

Warrants

If you fail to resolve your citation prior to the appearance date on the citation, or fail to appear in Court as required, the Court may issue a warrant for your arrest.  You may also be charged with an additional offense for violating your promise to appear.  The issuance of a warrant carries additional fees, and the punishment for the offense of “violate a promise to appear” is a fine of not more than $200.00 Tex.Transportation Code 543.009

Driver’s License Restrictions

If you fail to appear in Court as required, or fail to resolve your citation, the Court may notify the Department of Public Safety to deny the renewal of your driver’s license.  You will be required to pay an administrative fee of $30 prior to the renewal of your license.  This fee is required by Section 706.006 , Texas Transportation Code.